This Sedum rubrotinctum grew so much since I last wrote about it 1,5 months ago. Just look at the difference between then and now! After this pic was taken I decided to behead the longest stalk and split it into two to fill the rest of the pot. The pot looks full from this angle, but all of these plants only fill about half of it.
Sedum is so easy to propagate compared to probably all other succulents. Just take a pair of scissors, cut the stem whereever and stick it into a patch of soil. It will grow roots almost immediately. Or you can pluck a few beans from the stem and place them on top of the soil. Some beans will grow roots after a week or two and some will wilt.